Jamie Vardy (Leicester) to score v Brighton (19:45)

Leicester’s form completely transformed after their last two managers were sacked, so the dismissal of Claude Puel could prompt a reaction from them against Brighton on Tuesday.

Vardy scored the first goal of Craig Shakespeare and Claude Puel’s respective tenures and can do the damage here. He ranks ninth for xG per minute of players with 10+ Premier League appearances this season, and can benefit from the form of Harvey Barnes and James Maddison behind him.

Brighton have conceded at least twice in four consecutive league away games, including four at Fulham last time out, and have only managed a clean sheet at Newcastle on the road this term.

Jarrod Bowen (Hull) to score v Millwall (19:45)

Having scored in five consecutive home matches, Bowen is an easy bet to net against Millwall.

The forward has scored 12 goals in his last 14 matches overall, while he ranks second for shots per game for a side that have scored at least twice in six consecutive home matches.

Millwall kept just their second away clean sheet of the season at Derby last week, but will struggle to keep out a Hull side in this form.

Patrick Bamford (Leeds) to score v QPR (19:45)

Bamford hit the net in Leeds’ 2-1 win against Bolton on Saturday, so looks a nice bet to repeat the trick here.

The striker, who fronts a side that have scored in every one of their 17 away matches this season, averages a respectable two shots per game and is an established penalty-taker.

The fact that QPR have conceded at least twice in six consecutive league games should give him plenty of encouragement.

Neal Maupay (Brentford) to score v Sheffield Wednesday (19:45)

I can’t not back Maupay to score for in-form Brentford at a price so far the right side of evens.

The Frenchman has only failed to hit the net in two of his last eight matches. He averages a league-high 3.6 shots per match, ranking third for shots inside the penalty area, while his xG output is also among the league’s best (@blades_analytic).

Brentford were sensational on Saturday, beating Hull 5-1, so can create much more for their striker at Sheffield Wednesday.


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